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Bored? Don't have anything to do today? Have a scavenger hunt!

Never heard of a scavenger hunt? Well, here’s how it works. Get a bunch of your friends together and divide into teams. Set a time to find as many things as possible on the list below. The team with the most items from the list at the end of that time wins. No friends around? That's OK. Challenge yourself to see how many things you can find. Hint - The internet is a good source!

Of course, there are a couple of rules:
1. Tell an adult before you leave the house
2. Be sure to ask the owner’s permission before you borrow something on the list
3. Be sure to return anything you borrow!

See if you can find these (if you don’t know what something is, ask an adult):
1. A picture of the mayor of your town or city
2. A copy of your town or city’s charter
3. Any document issued by the Federal Government
4. A bus schedule
5. A picture of your town’s or city’s official seal
6. A picture of a school - not your own!
7. The address of the Chamber of Commerce for your town or city
8. A map of your state - and you have to point out where your town or city is!
9. Minutes of a city council meeting
10. A copy of the front page of your town’s or city’s web site
11. Something in writing that tells how many people live in the city
12. A picture of any historical landmark in the city
13. A picture of your Congressman
14. A program or flyer from a local arts event
15. The names of all the city council members
16. A brochure or flyer from the local historical society
17. Something that gives information about your local hospital
18. A list of schools in your town or city
19. A copy of the front page of the local newspaper
20. A change of address card from the post office
22. The phone number of the local police department
23. Anything with the colors or mascot of a local college or community college
24. A library card
25. A shopping bag from a local Mall
26. A picture of the state flag
27. A picture of the state bird
28. A schedule of activities or a pamphlet from a local nursing home or senior
citizens center
29. A sticker or button from a local election
30. A list of safety tips from the local fire department